It's time for the Colonial Life enrollment season hall of fame! In this webinar, hear about Colonial Life customers who rocked their enrollment seasons in the past 12 months. Hear how they faced big challenges — among them remote work and an increasingly diverse workforce — and won the day.
Assistant Vice President, Enrollment Strategy, Colonial Life
Kaleb Unverfehrt is the Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Strategy for Colonial Life. He oversees client enrollment strategy and fulfillment across both the Unum and Colonial Life brands. His team focuses on ensuring that the right processes, tools and talent are aligned to deliver quality enrollment education and engagement experiences to workers across all size segments and industries. He is passionate about benefits engagement and professional development and has been with Unum for ten years. He and his wife reside in Columbia, SC.
Vice President, Enrollment Market Development, Colonial Life
Wendra Johnson's expertise in pairing technology with organizations, employee experience and smart workflows has been the essential ingredient to driving innovation in benefit enrollment solutions and transforming the HR digital landscape. Johnson is responsible for partner strategy and growth, enrollment fulfillment, and benefits technology, as well as launching and scaling enrollment solutions for both Unum and Colonial Life. With deep experience in human capital management (HCM) solutions and technology, her extensive career has spanned industries, including benefits, healthcare, staffing and manufacturing.
Director of Strategic Account Management, Colonial Life
Stephen Kelly is currently the Director of Strategic Account Management at Colonial Life where his team focuses on the growth and retention of Colonial Life's key clients. He has been with the company for almost 17 years, holding a variety of leadership roles in field development, enrollment technology and client management. Prior to his time at Colonial Life, Stephen held several leadership positions in human resources with ExxonMobil. He has a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree in human resources, both from the University of South Carolina.
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